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ISO 14001:2004 Overview of Environmental Management System

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  1. ISO 14001:2004Overview of Environmental Management System Dr David J Horton PhD, MBA, MSc Beta Management Systems

  2. Consumerism: Enjoyed by some at the expense of others Earths Resources endangered

  3. Emissions to air: Acid rain Global warming VOC’s Vehicle emissions

  4. Noise: Machinery Music Traffic

  5. Noise & air pollution: An all too familiar scene!

  6. Discharges to water: Effluent discharges Water supply Groundwater pollution Contaminated marine life Destruction of reefs

  7. Solid Waste: Landfill Packaging Incineration

  8. Sustainable development Burntland report

  9. Sustainable development “Development that meets the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” Burntland report

  10. Good environmental management: Reduce risk & liability Facilitate better business processes Minimise waste & energy bills Enhance company reputation Improve compliance Meet concerns of third parties

  11. Good environmental management: Reduce risk & liability Facilitate better business processes Minimise waste & energy bills Enhance company reputation Improve compliance Meet concerns of third parties Improve marketing potential

  12. ISO 14001:2004: A management tool Drives performance improvement NOT an award for being “environmentally friendly”! Setting a baseline of environmental performance Past, present and future

  13. What / how?

  14. What / how? Prepare a GAP analysis

  15. What / how? Prepare a GAP analysis Focus on significant environmental aspects & impacts

  16. What / how? Prepare a GAP analysis Focus on significant environmental aspects & impacts Ensure compliance with legislation and other requirements

  17. What / how? Prepare a GAP analysis Focus on significant environmental aspects & impacts Ensure compliance with legislation and other requirements Create a framework to promote continual improvement

  18. Key definitions: Environmental Aspect

  19. Key definitions: Environmental Aspect “an element of an organisations activities or products or services that can interact with the environment”.

  20. Key definitions: Environmental Aspect “an element of an organisations activities or products or services that can interact with the environment”. Environmental Impact

  21. Key definitions: Environmental Aspect “an element of an organisations activities or products or services that can interact with the environment”. Environmental Impact “Any change to the environment whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organisations environmental aspects”

  22. Key definitions: Environmental Aspect “an element of an organisations activities or products or services that can interact with the environment”. Environmental Impact “Any change to the environment whether adverse or beneficial, wholly or partially resulting from an organisations environmental aspects”

  23. Example Activity Aspect Impact Driving a car Exhaust gases Global warming

  24. Environmental Management System (EMS) Establish and communicate a policy and objectives Establish an environmental policy manual Establish any necessary supporting procedures & instructions

  25. Our road map to an effective EMS

  26. Typically:

  27. Policy Statement Typical EMS Structure:

  28. Policy Statement Typical EMS Structure: Environmental Manual

  29. Policy Statement Typical EMS Structure: Environmental Manual Operating Procedures

  30. Policy Statement Typical EMS Structure: Environmental Manual Operating Procedures Work Instructions

  31. The ISO14001 Model:

  32. Bringing it together:Assess aspects & impacts (4.3.1) planControl of records (4.5.4) doInternal Audit (4.5.5) checkManagement review (4.6) checkContinual Improvement (3.2) act

  33. Continual improvement (3.2) The past The present The future

  34. Together we can make a difference:

  35. If you would like to know more about Environmental Management systems and ISO 14001 please contact us for a no obligation discussion Beta Management Systems